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Demon possession and allied themes; being an inductive study of phenomena of our own times

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Demon possession and allied themes; being an inductive study of phenomena of our own times


Published 1896
Topics Demonomania.
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x, 520 p. 20 cm.


Publisher Chicago : F. H. Revell
Pages 546
Language English
Digitizing sponsor Indiana University
Book contributor Indiana University
Collection indianauniversitylibrary; americana
Notes Penciled notes written in margins of many pages. Most very difficult to read. There is an "errata" partial page inserted between the Copyright page and the Introduction.

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